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and maister Cromwell knowing to what use it should be employed unto, xlvj/i. xiij*. iiijef.

Item, the xvij. daye paied unto the kinges owne handes, which his grace loste at dyce with my lorde of Norfolke, Palmer,* and Domyngo,f at Calays, iiij.c. corons, iiij^xiij/t. vj*. viijcf.

Item, the xix. daye paied to maister Cromewell by the kinges commandement, xxiij/i. vj*. viijrf.

Item, the same daye, paied to a servant of Pages, in rewarde for bringing of a nag to the King to Calys, xx*.

Item, the xx. day paied to a Frenche man, for a cheyne made for a gyrdle of golde, weing iij. unces, at xj. corons the unce, whiche amountes to xxxiij. corons, vij/t. xiiij*.

Item, the xxij. daye of Octobre paied to the cardynall de Larenno J and mouns' le Guyse, for so moche money by the kinges grace loste unto them at tennes in Boleyne, xlvjft. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the same day paied to the kinges owne handes, which his grace loste at dyce in Boleyne, to the said cardynalle, my lorde of Norfolke, my lord of Suffolke, and the great maister, Cxvj/i. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xxiij. day paied for ahatte and a plume for the king in Boleyne, xv*.

Item, the same day paid for the garnishing of ij. bonettes, and for the said hatte, xxiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xxiiij.daye paied, by the kinges commaundment, to maister Cromwell at Boleyne, iij. ml corons, vij. c li.

Item, the xxv. daye paied to maister Ratclif for vj. forfet horses, and for the children's expenses, xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xxvj. daye paied to the syngers of the Frenche kinges pryvay chambre, in rewarde, iiijft. xiij*. iiijrf.

* Sir Thomas Palmer, knighted as the captain of Newnhamhridge on the 10th Not. this year (see p. 123), and afterwards knight-porter of Calais (see p. 138). He was beheaded with the dnke of Northumberland in 1553.

t "Domyngo Lomelyn, that was wont to wyn much money of the kynge at the canles and hasardynge."—Skelton's "Why come ye not to Court." He won of his royal playmate, in less than three years, more than 620/. See the notes to Nicolas's Privy Purse Expenses, p. 316, and Dyce's Works of Skelton, p. 374.

$ Loraine.

Item, the same daye delivered to the kinges graces owne handes, whiche he toke oute of one of the bagges, one hondrethe corons, xxiijft. vj*. viijrf.

Item, the xxvij. day paled to Parker, yoman of the robes, for doubelettes for the garde to wrestle in bifore the king and the Frenche king at Calys, xliiij*. viijrf.

Item, the xxviij. daye paied to the Frenche kinges jester in rewarde by the kinges commaundement, xl. corons, ixli. yjt. viijrf.

Item, the same day paied in rewarde to the singers of the cardynall de Larena, xx. corons, iiij/t". xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xxix. daye paied to William Osbarne, skynner, for certen furres, whiche he solde unto the kynges grace at Calays, iiij^xvij/t. xiij*. iiijtf.

Item, the same daye paied to Forde at Calys by the kinges commaundement, xvij li. x d.

Item, the last daye paied to Philip for Thomas Smythe by the kinges commaundement, ix*.

Item, the same daye paied to Michelle, one of the garde, for carying the kinges stuf from Dovar to Calys, iij*. xd.

Item, the seconde daye [of November] paied to Richard Gibson for masking gere when the king was at Calys, xj/t. iij*. jrf.

Item, the daye paied to a servaunt of the Frenche kinges, in rewarde for bringing hawkes to the kinges grace to Calys, c. corons, xxiij/i. vj*. viijrf.

Item, the iiij. daye paied to a servant of the Frenche kinges, in rewarde for bringing a to the kinges grace to Calys, 1. corons, xj/t. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the same daye paied to John Carter, in rewarde, by the kinges commaundement, xx*. .

Item, the same daye paied, by the kinges commaundement, to Boworthe, in rewarde, at Calys, xx. corons, iiijfr. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the same daye paied to Alart Plumer, the jeweller, for suche jewelles as the kinges grace bought of him at Calys, vij. M. iiij. c. xvj. corons, with iij*. iiijrf. in money, Mi. vij. c.xlixfi. iiij*. viije?.

Item, the same daye paied to the kinges owne hande, whiche his grace lost at dyce in Calys, to Domyngo and Palmer, c. corons, xxiijft. vji. viijrf.

Item, the v. day paied to Latronet, jeweller, for such jewelles as the kynges grace bought of him at Calys, Mi. corons, ccxxxiij/i. vj*. viijrf.

Item, the same day paied to Symon Quanden, jeweller, for suche thinges as the kinges grace bought of him at Calys, Mi. V.c. Xxx. corons, iij.c. lvij/i.

Item, the v,h. daye paied to Jenyns, the jeweller, for suche thinges as the kinges grace bought of him at Calayes, V.mi. corons, Mi. C. lxvjft. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the same daye paied to John de Grane, jeweller, for such thinges as the kinges grace bought of him at Calayes, iij. cl. corons, in sterling, iiij"j/j. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xj.daye paied to a servaunt of sir Edward Guldeford, in rewarde for bringing of fesauntes to the kinges grace to Calays, x*.

Item, the same daye paied to Skynner for the foles lodging and expenses at Calays, vij*. vjrf.

Item, the same daye paied to a servaunt of my lorde Lisle, in reward for bringing of a to the king, x*.

Item, the vij. daye of November paied to maister Weston, for that he dud wynne of the king at dyce at Calys, xlvj/i. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the same day paied to the smythe in rewarde for carying lockes with the king to Calays, vij*. vjrf.

Item, the ix. daye paied to the kinges owne handes at Calays, iij.c. corons, \xxli.

Item, the same daye paied to Parker of the Robes for so moche money by him layed oute for the king, xxxj*. iiijrf.

Item, the x. daye paied to Phillip of the Pryvay Chambre, in rewarde by the kinges commaundement, iiijfi. xiij*. iiijrf.

Item, the xj. daye paied to my lade marques of Pembroke, for that the kinges grace loste to hir in Calays at cardes, xv*.

Item, the same daye paied to a chielde that the king heled of his sikenes at Calays, vij*. vjrf.

Item, the same daye paied to the cutler for dressing of the kinges swerdes at Calays, xxxj*. jrf.

Item, the same daye paied by the kinges commaundement in rewarde to sir Edward Nevelle, xxiij/t. vj*. viijrf.

Item, the xij. daye paied to maister treasorer, for that he layd oute in almes to a pouer woman upon the walles at Calays, iiij*. viijrf.

Item, the same daye paied to my lorde chamberlayne, for the kinges offering at our lady of Boleyne, xj*. iijrf.

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Item, the same daye paied to my lorde chamberlayne, for the kinges offering at our lady in the walle at Calays, v*.

Item, the same daye paied for a bote, to bringe the kinge aTiourde and than a'lande at Calays, v*.

Item, the xiij. daye paied for bringing of the kinges stuf to the water side, and than for a bote, v*.

Item, the same daye at night delivered to the kinges grace, to playe with maister Weston at tabulles, iiij/i. xiijs. iiijrf.

Item, the forsaied xiij. daye paied for bringing more of the kinges stuffe to the water side, and than for a bote, iiij*. viijrf.

Item, the same daye paied for a bote to bringe the king a"bourde the ship at Calays, iiij*. viijef.

Item, the xiiij. daye paied to the kinges owne handes, for his offering to our lady in the Rocke at Dover, iiij*. viijrf.

Item, the xv. daye paied to Stephan Lile for commyng over from Calays to Dover, in rewarde, ix*. iiijrf. (p. 273.)

Item, the [xxv.] daye paied to maister Longe for th'expenses of the fawconers and the hawkes that the Frenche king sent to the king at Calays, xiij*. viijrf. (p. 275.)

An original commission under the king's sign manual, dated Calais, 4 Nov., for the officers of the Jcwelhouse to impress cartes or waynes, and carte-horses or oxen, to convey, either from Dover or Sandwich, to the Tower of London, "all suche our jewels and plate as we send now at this present time from our towne of Cales, beying ther lately occupied for the affaires of us and of our derest cousin the Frenche king,"—is preserved in MS. Cotton. Titus, B. i. p. 57.

Knightes made at Callais on Allhallowen day, Anno D'ni 1532, in the
xxiiij yere of the r eigne of the kinge.
(MS. Cotton. Claud. C. m. p. 115.)
Sir Thomas Darcy of Essex.
Sir Humfrey Forster of Barkshire.
Sir John Ackett of Waterton, in Irelande.
Sir George Somersett of Northampton.

Sir George Gryffith of Staffordshire.
Sir William Neweman of Northampton.
Sir Edward Aston of Staffordshire.

Sir Thomas Palmer, Capitayne of Newenham bridge, dubbed by the kinge the 10. of Novembre.

Survey Of Dilapidations At Calais, In 1530 Or 1531.

(MS. Cotton. Calig. E. iII. pp. 77b and 78.)

The date of this document is nearly determined by the mention it contains of accounts of 22 Hen. VIII. It shows that the public buildings and fortifications of Calais, as well as the private property within the town, were now in considerable decay, and that even the sum of 4000/. was required for this object, notwithstanding the 2000/. ordered, and we may suppose expended, for the like purpose in the year 1523 (as shown in p. 98). When the king visited Calais in person in 1532, he authorised very extensive repairs, of which the particulars are stated in the document which will follow the present.)

(Burnt at the head) of the com ch, right in the mydway

[betwixt] that and Becham tower, conteyni[ng . . . . ] foote wherof ys fallyn downe [into the] holow, that which must be takyn dow[n at] the leest by estemacion that ys alle re[ady ]

Item, another warde of the southe syde of . . . which ys the vth warde from Devylyn to[wer, is] fallyn down, and must be takyn downe from . . . tower, conteyning in length clxxxix. foot.

Item, the wharffe from Sercher's tower to the s . . . . the sluse in Paradise, conteynyng in length c . . . . foote, whiche ys fallyn and fallyng down, w[hich to] remedy must be new made.

Item, the wharffe before Lanterne gate, co[nteyning] in length cclxxxvj. foote, ys downe and redy [to fall] down, and must also be new made, or ellis th[e tide] wyll aproche Lanterne gate.

Item, the hedd bytwene bothe stayres byfore the Lanterne gate, and also the pere that standeth in the Fishers gapp, must be new made also.

Item, the hole charges of bothe the wardes of the wallis fallyn down, and to be takyn down and newe made, by estimacion wolle coste above ccli. sterling, besydes stone, brykkes, and the kinges owne masons.

[ the greate the tide] commyth sodenly and

oftyn, so that the [remedy] cannot be welle had now. The carpenter

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